Gallán, A Monolith - Poem by Chris Lane
Gallán stands only
In a landscape, still - wholly,
A signal rock upright
Survived, due to superstitions
From ancient fears a tradition.
In a burrow beneath Gallán
Lives The Lizard family,
Ten thousand Solar years have flashed
Over their convection heated
Gallán stone home.
Time has turned
To fine dust,
The installers of this monument.
The Sun came while shadows went
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